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Suggested press questions

  • Mr. Arroyo, you say that much of what we know about the Wise Men is historically incorrect?  How so?
  • But what about the famous hymn: “We Three Kings”? Is the song wrong? 
  • Why did you decide to make this a picture book? 
  • What about the traditional names of the Wise Men: Gaspar, Melchior and Balthasar?  Are those accurate?   
  • Where do you believe these Wise Men travelled from and why? What does history tell us?
  • What is the star of Bethlehem? What did they see in the sky?
  • What is the significance of the gifts: gold, frankincense and myrrh? This is a further clue as to the origins of these wise men…
  • Why is it important to know the historical reality of the Wise Men—the Magi?
  • You’re on television, you’ve written for adults—why are you writing these books for families and young readers? 

We three kings – Tasha Layton Cross-Promotion

About Tasha Layton

Acclaimed BEC Recordings artist Tasha Layton celebrated her second consecutive #1 radio single with “How Far.” Penned by Layton, Keith Everette Smith, Matthew West and AJ Pruis.

 “How Far” follows Layton’s 2021 chart-topper, “Look What You’ve Done,” which reached #1 on Billboard’s Christian Airplay chart. Both songs are featured on the artist’s debut recording, How Far, released in May, and produced by GRAMMY® and Dove Award-winner Keith Everette Smith. Tasha Layton’s 2021 smash hit “Look What You’ve Done” reached the pinnacle of Billboard’s Christian Airplay chart and earned her recognition as one of the publication’s Top 5 female Christian artists of the year. She has been featured on ABC’s GMA3: What You Need To Know, discussing how past struggles have shaped her life and inspired her music; and Layton served as co-host of the 52nd GMA Dove Awards Pre-Telecast last year. Her six-song holiday EP This Is Christmas bowed in October and her guided prayer journal, “Boundless: Moving Freedom From Your Head To Your Heart,” also released last fall.

In 2020 Layton was first named one of Billboard’s Top 5 female Christian artists of the year on the heels of her breakthrough single “Into The Sea (It’s Gonna Be OK),” which was among the biggest hits at Christian radio that year. Prior to her solo career, Layton appeared on Season 9 of American Idol and spent four years as a back-up vocalist for pop superstar Katy Perry. A South Carolina native, her voice has been heard in productions for Disneyland and Cirque du Soleil; she has served as an instructor at the National Praise and Worship Institute at Nashville’s Trevecca Nazarene University; and Layton is featured in pro-audio company TC Helicon’s book, “The Ultimate Guide to Singing.”

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Press release

THE WISE MEN WHO FOUND CHRSTMAS Reveals the True Story of the Christmas Magi

Based on fresh research, new book by New York Times-bestselling author Raymond Arroyo, positioned to become top seller at Amazon and Barnes & Noble 

Boston, MA (9/30/21)—Finally, the true, untold Story of the Wise Men… They were not three kings. Nor were they from the Far East, or even Persia…

“The Wise Men Who Found Christmas”  by “New York Times” bestselling author and award-winning broadcast journalist Raymond Arroyo is an exciting visual adventure capturing the joy of the holiday season and sharing the long-hidden story of the mysterious Magi, who risked everything to discover the truth. 

Based on new historical evidence, “The Wise Men Who Found Christmas” is an all-new telling of three adventurous seekers who followed a star, and found themselves in the middle of the greatest story ever told. 

Actor Jim Caviezel (Person of Interest, The Passion of the Christ) commented: “This beautiful and moving book shines like the Christmas star. Raymond Arroyo reveals the true and inspiring adventure of the Magi, who bravely followed the light given them and found a treasure beyond imagining. This is a journey you and your family would be wise to take.” 

One of the most highly-anticipated holiday offerings, The Wise Men Who Found Christmas is an exquisite picture book slated to be released Oct. 11 and is available for preorder here.  It is a prequel to Arroyo’s bestselling, The Spider Who Saved Christmas.

Stunningly illustrated by Diane Le Feyer, this enchanting family keepsake is part of Arroyo’s larger “Legend Series” of  self-contained, episodic stories.

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Raymond Arroyo is a New York Times bestselling author, an international broadcaster and Fox News contributor who has worked for CNN and the Associated Press. He is also host and managing editor of “The World Over Live” on EWTN. Arroyo has made frequent appearances on The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Ingraham Angle, CNN Headline News, Access Hollywood and many more. His work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, Newsweek, Time Magazine, The New Yorker, and elsewhere. A native New Orleanian, Arroyo is passionate about sharing the unique culture of his beloved Crescent City. Earning a Telly Award, Arroyo produced, wrote and hosted a musical Christmas special for PBS called Christmastime in New Orleans along with an eponymous Billboard chart-topping soundtrack (Verve Records/AimHigher). His eight books, including his best-selling multi-book Will Wilder Middle Grade series (Random House Kids) were all New York Times Bestsellers.

Additional endorsement: “The story of the Three Wise Men is one of the most beloved and meaningful parts of the nativity story. Now, in this beautiful book, Raymond Arroyo is sharing the true Magi story with everyone. It will surely inspire all readers to adopt the lessons and traditions of Three Kings Day—and keep the Christmas spirit alive for all 12 days of Christmas.” 

Rachel Campos Duffy, New York Times Bestselling Author, Fox & Friends Weekend Co-host 

For More Information: DiscoverLegends.com

‘The Wise Men Who Found Christmas’
Anticipated Best-seller at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

SOURCE Sophia Press

CONTACT: Sarah Lemieux, 603-641-9344, [email protected]